Frosted Skull Shaped Cookies

Frosted Skull Shaped Cookies. October is my favorite time of year! Because we get ready for Halloween.
This is one of my favorite holidays ever, costumes, decorations, candy, and treats……! So much fun for all ages.
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These simple cookie recipes are a fun activity with the kids and are perfect to bring to parties.

Frosted Skull Shaped Cookies

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  • DifficultyEasy
  • CostCheap
  • Serving15
  • Cooking methodOven
  • CuisineInternational
328,68 Kcal
calories per serving
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  • Power 328,68 (Kcal)
  • Carbohydrates 40,01 (g) of which sugars 20,03 (g)
  • Proteins 4,70 (g)
  • Fat 17,52 (g) of which saturated 10,49 (g)of which unsaturated 7,05 (g)
  • Fibers 3,50 (g)
  • Sodium 38,17 (mg)

Indicative values for a portion of 42 g processed in an automated way starting from the nutritional information available on the CREA* and FoodData Central** databases. It is not food and / or nutritional advice.

* CREATES Food and Nutrition Research Center: ** U.S. Department of Agriculture, Agricultural Research Service. FoodData Central, 2019.

Ingredients Frosted Skull Shaped Cookies

For the pastry

  • 400 gflour
  • 5yolks
  • 250 gbutter
  • 1 pinchsalt
  • 120 gicing sugar

For the glaze

  • 45 gegg whites
  • 180 gicing sugar
  • 1/2 teaspoonlemon

Preparation Frosted Skull Shaped Cookies

Prepare the pastry

  1. Pour the soft butter into the bowl of the planetary mixer with leaf (left out of the fridge for 6 hours) Combine the sugar and salt and operate the planetary mixer for 30 seconds with speed 2, add the 5 egg yolks, work another 30 seconds, removing from the walls the butter.

    Finally add the flour, always operate the planetary mixer with the leaf for another 30 seconds, always detach any dough attached to the sides of the bowl. 

    Remove from the bowl and bring the shortcrust pastry on the work surface to form a ball, it does not need processing.

  2. Wrap it in cling film and then leave it in the fridge for 2 hours. 

    Before use, remove the pastry from the fridge for 30 minutes.

  3. Roll out the shortcrust pastry with a rolling pin 4mm

    Use skull-shaped cookie cutters.

    Bake the biscuits at 170 ° for 15 minutes, check the cooking that they do not turn black.

  4. Allow cookies to cool and prepare frosting, beat egg whites with sugar until white and glossy continue for 1 minute adding lemon.

  5. Frosted Skull Shaped Cookies

    As soon as the icing is ready decorate the cookie.:

    Meringue Bones

  6. Cute skull shaped cookies for Halloween, baked in the oven.

    This Halloween recipe is easy and fun to make ideal for having fun with kids who will love decorating them.

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10 Replies to “Frosted Skull Shaped Cookies”

  1. I loved the ease of this recipe and it was super delicious and so cute even the grandkids helped me make them!


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